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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1919 PAGE FIFTEEN Business Chances MALL BAKERV for sale, doing ood business in good locality and good buy. Kellinff on account of cir-knpni KoxfiOA Republican. tf ATTRACTIVE opportunity lor man with some capital to go Into general garage buFinps-j in Slesa. Good loca tion, large building for lease or partner -fchip. Have no garage equipment. Ad dress box f6 or phone 4, Mesa. r l-'OK SALE First class rooming ho ul in Bisbee, Ariz. Part cash, balance tcrrus. For particulars address Box Ml. Biyhee, Ariz. , p AS KXCKPTIOXAL chance to enter into business ot your own. Goods handled, recognized as best on market, staplo commodity, business already es tablished in good central location. Must have $15(10. If you don't mean busi ness don't take our time or your own. luff-rente given. Box SjB Republican. ' r WAXTKD Partner, mercantile busi ng. iood location with large future. JI0O0 cash, balance from profits in business. Profits a.re exceptionally large; over head being light; you don't have, to be a slave to your business eihr. But TtepnMinnn. r Veterinary rm. j. !. 4265 C. McGRATH, Veterinarian. 107 W. Jefforson. tf Wallpaper LATEST designs in wall paper, tints, varnishes, paints. Deputy, 30 South Second avenue, Phone 4294. First rlaps work at reasonable prices. tf Undertakiag & Embalming HOORE & McLELLAN Funeral directors and embolmera, I?S W Adams rt. Phnnw 81. tf J.T. Whitney New location. 13 W. Adams, tf THB GEO. F. MERRTMAN CO. N. SECOND av. Phone til. 124 f Window Cleaning AMERICAN -WINDOW CLEANERS Janitor work, windows cleaned, land scaping, gardening. Satisfaction guar anteed. Estimates furnished. Phone 4iM. f Special Notices NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Board of Directors of, the Ari zona Deaconess Hospital and Home invite bids for the complete finishing pf a hospital building and powerhouse certain portions of which have been constructed under contracts now near ine completion: and for the installation D. DILLINGHAM has sold his jf nlumbing. heating, refrigerating and hock or mercnanuise at west i.na-1 electrical system 1n accordance with WANTED To get in correspondence with parties who have improved land to rent Sept.. 1st for winter crop. Ad rlrss F. Dyer, S05 N. Jackson St., Al bany. Ga. i r CLUSK IN, furnished apartment, V-ath. screen porch. Kast Monroe. slf-e fn ,T. E. Anderson. bb I HEREBY notify all real estate jigents not to try to sell my acreage after this date, as the Live Wire Re alty Co. ha3 the exclusive listing. P. E. I'hil'lers. dr C. H. AlEKADiTH, M. D., San Gab riel, Calif. Practice limited to treat Tiientof cancer. dp ESTRAY NOTICE Notice is hereby piren tnat I will, on Monday, the l!th day of May, 1919. in the Chandler Improvement Co. corral, t Chandler, Ariz.., at the hour of 10 o'clock in the morning, sell at public auction, the following escray stock: One white mare colt, about S months old, unbranded; ' 1 old bay mare, branded "5" on left thigh; 1 -year-old roan horse colt, branded NK on left thigh; 1 old white mare, branded with anchor on left thigh. C. M. BEEKHAM. Constable, Chandler Precinct. bp WHEN IN PHOENIX, do drop t he Panama, all kinds of soft drinks, ice cream cigars and tobacco, and eats. Nice resting place for ladies. ;24 E. .Mnms. T. J. Becker, pro)). bg Legal Advertising Auto Time Table INION AUTO TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Hourly service between Phoenix, Tempo and Mesa. Two hour service between1 Mesa and Chandler. 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. Connections made with Gilbert and Goodyear cotton camps. 1 1 S No. Center Phone 711 OVER APACHE TRAIL Union Auto Transportation Company CADILLAC ' SERVICE Globe-Miami via Roosevelt Dam Leave Globe-Miami 8:30 a. m. daily, leave Phoenix S:oil a. m. daily, office 42 South Center Phone 1465 UUILLIAM S STAGE LINE! 10LLESON CASHION AVONDALE LITCHFIELD Stages leave First and Washington streets at 8 a. m., 10 a. m.. 12 a. m, 2 p. m., 4 p. in. and i p.m. Telephone 41S3, tl EARLY MORNING STAGE for Tempo or Mesa. Leave Arizona Re publican office at 4:30 a. n . dally. Phono 3643, W. J. Rose. tf Awnings AWNING AND CAMPlrTO SEASON now on. We make everything known that will fool the rain and sun. Phoe nix Tent & Awning Co., corner First snd Monroe sts Phone 1411. tf Corsetlere SPIRILLA corsets. Mrs. Kuhlwilm and Miss Smith. Phone 1442 or call 12$ North Third slreet. tf Legal Advertising Legal Advertising .plans and specifications therefor which may be seen at me oince of the architect, Y.,0. Wallingford, Goodrich Building, pnoenix, Arizona. Bids will be received rjp to 2 o'clock p. m. on Monday, May 21, and there after considered. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check for five per cent of the amount thereof, which check is intended to guarantee the intent of bidder to enter into contract for his portion of the proposed work at the amount named. Checks will be returned to unsuc cessful bidder on demand. The right is reserved to reject any or an proposals received. o NOTICE TO BIDDERS BIDS will be received at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix, Arizona until 2 o'clock P. M., Monday, May 26th, 1919, for Three Thousand (3,000) Feet of Rubber Lined, Double Jacket, Cotton FIRE HOSK, 2 Ms inches in diameter in 50-foot lengths, each length to be fitted with couplings as per sample to be furnished. All hose hall be made according to specifications of the Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, Illinois. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of $300.00, made payable to the City of Phoenix, Arizona. The right is hereby reserved to re ject any and all bids and to waive any informalities in any proposal. Underwriters' label will be required on all hose furnished under these bids. V. A. THOMPSON, City Manager. May 2nd, 191. o NOTICE TO EIDEERS SEALED BIDS' will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, until 3 o'clock P. M., Saturday, May 17th, 1919, for COM PENSATION AND PUBLIC LIABIL ITY INSURANCE, also AUTOMO BILE PUBLIC LIABILITY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE INSURANCE, according to specifications on file in the office ot the City Clerk ot said City. Acceptance of any proposal shall be conditioned upon the approval, by the City Attorney ot the City of Phoenix, of the form of policy offered by the bidder. The right is hereby reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any for malities in any proposal. V. A. THOMPSON. City Manager May 2nd, 1919. o- Hides and Furs WE PAY highest prices for hides and sheep pelts. Effron &. Co., 100 E. Madison. Phone 1832; it Carpet Cleaning TOU PHONE US, we know how. rhone 73'J, Electric Carpet Cleaners. tf Chiropodist CHIROPODY Bunions, corns, cal louseB removed; painless and blood less: 60o each; moles, warts, etc., re moved by electricity. 29-31 East Ad ams St. Frank Shirley. Phone 1704. tf Chiropractic ADJUSMENTS A public health ne cessity, G. D Glaus, D. C. 35 E. Wasn Ington street. Phone 3504. tf DR. E. il HELFRICH, licensed chi ropractor, 2184 West Washington. Phone 40". tt Piano Tuning CHARLES W. COLE, expert piano tuning and repairing. Player pianos a specialty. Consult me for prices. Phone 14H6. Residence 1714 W. Jackson. tf Patent Agency HAZZATJ) & MILLER S08 Central bldg.. Sixth and Main. L. A. H. Miller. 8 yrs. examiner U. S. Pat. Of. . Hazzard's Book on Patents Free tf , Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired LAWN Mowers sharpened and re paired. Phoenix Cycle Co., 108 E, Adams St., Vhon 1717. Jbp RESOLUTION NO. 355 A resolution of the Commission of the City of Phoenix declaring its in tention to improve certain portions of Fifth Street, in the City of Phoenix, and determining that bonds shall be issued to represent the costs and ex penses thereof, and declaring the work or improvement to be of more than local or ordinary public benefit, and that the costs' of said work or im-j provement shall be assessed upon a certain district and providing that the proposed work or improvement shall be performed under Title VII., Chapter XIII., Revised Statutes of Arizona 1913 Civil Code, and amendments thereto. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COM MISSION OF TIJE CITY OF PHOE NIX: SECTION 1. That the public interest and con venience require, and that it is the in tention of the Commission of the City of Phoenix, to order the following work to be performed, to-wit: 1. That the roadway of Fifth street between the north line of Jefferson Street and the south line of Adams Street including the intersections of all streets and alleys (except that por tion of the intersection of Fifth and Washington Streets now occupied by the tracks of the Phoenix Street Rail way Company and two (2) feet on the outside of each outside rail, be graded and paved with bitulithlo with cement concrete base, as per specification No, 20B. 2. That combined cement concrete enrb and gutter be constructed alon both edges of the roadway of Fifth Street between the north line of Jef ferson Street and the south line of Adams Street (except at the intersec tion of all streets and alleys) as shown on the plans. , 3. That cement concrete curb be constructed at both edges of the road way of Fifth Street on both sides of Washington Street; both edges or me roadway of Washington Street on both sides of Fifth Street and at the edges of all alleys, as shown on the plans. 4. That cement concrete gutter be constructed across all alleys as shown on the plans. 5. That one (1) storm water man hole be constructed near the nortn line of Washington Street as shown on the nlflns. 6. That four (4) gutter mieis i constructed at Washington and Fifth Streets as shown on the plans. 7. That corrugated iron pipe twelve (12) inches in diameter be laid across the roadway of Fifth Street near tne south line of the alley between Wash. inglon and Adams Streets; across the roadway of Washington Street near' the east side of Fifth Street; and across all alleys on the east side of Fifth Street, as shown on the plans. 8. That twelve (12) inch concrete pipe be laid from the corrugated iron pipe at Washington Street to points six (tt) feet back of the property lines; and between the storm water manholes and all gutter inlets as shown on the plans. 9. That eight (8) street signs be placed at the intersection of Washing ton and Fifth Street as shown on the plana. 10. That the roadways of intersect ing streets and alleys be graded from the edge of the aforementioned pave ment not to exceed ten (10) per cent until it meets the original surface. All of the above work or improve ment to be done in accordance with that certain set of plans approved and adopted by the Commission of the City of Phoenix on the 23rd day of April, 1919, and on file in the office of the City Engineer in Book Five of Street Improvement Plans, on Pages 48 to 51 inclusive, and in farther ac cordance with the following specifi cations : Standard Specifications of the City of Phoenix, Numbers 19, 20B, 21, 22, 24 and 28. All of which above specifications are on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix. Said plans and specifications are hereby referred to tor a more particular description of said work and made a part hereof. Reference is hereby made to the Bitulithic License agreement of War ren Brothers Company, of Boston, Mass., dated April 2nd, 1918, and on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Phoenix. SECTION 2. That the said contemplated work or improvement, in the opinion of the Commission, is ot more than local or ordinary public benefit, and that the said Commission here'jy makes the costs and expenses o? said work or improvement chargeable upon a dis trict, and hereby declares that the dis trict in said City of Phoenix, benefitted by the said work or improvement, and to be assessed to pay the costs and expenses thereof, is described as fol lows: Lots 1 to 6 inclusive of Blocks 25; Lots 7 to 12 Inclusive of Blocks 16 and 27; Lots I. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 of Block 17, all in the Original Townsite of Phoenix. Reference is hereby made to Book One of Assessment District Diagrams, Page 11, on file in the office of the City Engineer of the City of Phoenix, for a more complete and detailed de scription of said district. SECTION 3. The said Commission finds that pub lic convenience requires that serial bonds shall be issued to represent the costs and expenses of such work or im provement, and said Commision de termines that serial bonds shall be is sued to represent each assessment of Twenty-five ($23.00) dollars or more for the costs and expenses of said work or improvement. Said serial bonds shall extend over a period ending nine (9) years from and after the second day of January next succeeding the date ot said bonds and an even an nual proportion of the principal sum thereof shall be payable by coupon on the second day of January every year after their date until all is paid, and the interest shall be payable semi-an nually by coupon on the second day of January and July respectively of each year, at the rate of six (6) per cent per annum, on all sums unpaid, until the whole of said principal sum and inter est are paid. SECTION 4. That these improvements shall be made, and all procedings therein shall be taken; that the Superintendent of Streets shall post notices thereof; that the City Clerk shall certify to the pas sage of this Resolution of Intention and shall cause the same to be published m the Arizona Republican, a daily new3 paper published and circulated in too City of Phoenix and hereby designated for that purpose, that the City En gineer shall prepare duplicate diagrams ot the district hereinabove described in Section 2, of this Resolution of In tention, to be assessed to pay the coats and expenses thereof, under and In ac cordance with the provisions of Title VII, Chapter XIII, Revised Statutes of Arizona 1913 Civil code, ana suose quent acts amendatory thereto. Approved April 30th. 1919. C H. DUNLAP, Vice Chairman. I hereby certify that the above and foresroinar Resolution No. 355. was duly passed by the Commission of the City of Phoenix, at a meeting neia Apni 30th, 1919, and that a quorum was pres ent thereat. FRANK THOMAS, City Clerk. 0 ' plans and specifications, (b) Separate bids will be received on: First, general contract; Second, on heating and ven tilation; Third, plumbing; Fourth, pro gram clock; Fifth, painting. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for five (5Tc) ner cent therf made payable to school district No. 1, Maricopa county. Bids will be received by the Trustees of said district until eigni o Clock in the afternoon of the 22nd day of May, 1919. Bids will be opened bv thn trustees of said school district at the office of the superintendent of schools, in the school Ldminisration building, - of Phoenix, Arizona, at eight o'clock in the afternoon of the 22nd day of May. isis, ana thereafter considered. Each bidder is requested to state in his proposal, the time in which he will guarantee to complete the construc tion of work proposed. The Board of Trustees of Phoenix school district No. 1, reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids should be sealed and marked, "Pro posals for the Erection of a Grade School Building," and directed to the Board of Trustees, school district No. 1 in care of the superintendent, C31 North First avenue. Said proposed building is to be erect ed on Block 7, Kenilworth Addition to the City of Phoenix. Done by order of the Trustees of Phoenix school district No. 1. SIMS ELY. U D. DAMERON, W. C. HORNBERGER, Trustees of School District No. 1. 0 ARE YOU 100 PER. CENT AMERICAN? NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL MERCHANDISE IN BULK TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You will please take notice that I have contracted to sell and will on the expiration of ten days from the date of recordation of this notice sell and by good and sufficient instruments of conveyance convey to Joe O'Connell of Phoenix, Arizona, that entire stock of merchandise owned by me at No. 451 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Ari zona, under the firm name and style of the Daross Auto Top company. Dated, at Phoenix, Arizona, the 5th day of May, 1919. H. P. DAROSS. STATE OF ARIZONA ) ) ss. COUNTY OF MARICOPA) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me, this 5th day of May, 1919, by H. P. Daross. P. H. HAYES, (Notary Seal) Notary Public. (My commission expires June 17, 1922.) ORDINANCE NO, 259 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC TION 115, OF ORDINANCE 99, (NEW SERIES). KOW Bottom! Legal Advertising BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COM MISSION OF THE CITY OF PHOE NIX, AS FOLLOWS: That Section 115 of Ordinance No. 99, (new series) of the City of Phoenix be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION 1 The driver ot any vehicle, either driven by motor or animal power, or the person in control thereof, who shall drive or cause to be driven such ve hicle over or across any hose laid on or across any street, alley or public place in the City of Phoenix by the Phoenix lire Deparement, while engaged in extinguishing any fire or engaged in drill, or for any other purpose, or laid on or acress any street, alley or public place in the City of Phoenix by the City Street Department while engaged in cleaning the streets, or for any other purpose, or who shall drive over or injure or destroy any lantern or other light placed by said Street De partment on any street, alley or pub lic place, shall be guilty of a mis demeanor. SECTION 2 All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 3 WHEREAS, it is necessary to the public peace, health and safety that this ordinance take immediate effect, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this ordinance shall be sus pended from the provisions of the referendum and shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the commission, approval by the mayor and posting and publication as required by law. Passed by the commission of the City of Phoenix this 7th day of May, 1919. Approved this 7th day of Mav, 1919. PETER CORPSTEIN, Mayor. Attest: T. TREV1LLIAN, Deputy City Clerk. nix that this ordinance take immediate effect, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and this ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its passage by the Commission, approval by the Mayor and posting and publica tion as provided by law. PASSED by the Commission of the City ot Phoenix this 7th day of May, 1919. APPROVED this Jth day of May 1319. PETER CORPSTEIN, Mayor. Attest: T. TREVILLIAN. Deputy City Clerk. 0 roduce Tangerines, dozen ... Grapefruit, per box . . Grapefruit, per dozen. Tomatoes lb, Strawberries, box ... Asparagus, bunch Green peas, lb Rhubarb, 2 lbs o .as .00 4.50 1.00 l.M J .20 .25 .05 , .. .15 .25 ... SIBERIAN OFFICERS RETURN ORDINANCE No. 258 AN ORDINANCE MAKING TT UN LAWFUL TO LEAVE ANY VE. HICLE STANDING AT THE CURB WITHIN TWENTY-FIVE (2al FEET OF ANY FIRE PLUG AND PROVIDING PENALTY, WITH AN EMERGENCY CLAUSE. BIDS WANTED The Trustees of Phoenix School Dis trict No. 1. Maricopa county, Arizona, invites sealed proposals for the erec tion of a brick school build.'ng, in ac cordanee with plans and specifications thereof on file in the office of the superintendent ot schools, in the school axlministration building, at 331 North First avenue, Phoenix, Arizona; also on file in the office of Norman F. Marsh, Broadway Central building, Los Angeles, California. Bids will be called for in two ways: (a) Bids will be received on a contract to include everything called for in BEIT ORDAINED BY THE COMMIS SION OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person driving or having charge or control ot any vehicle to leave the same standing and unattended at the curb line on any street within the City of Phoenix, within twenty-five (25) feet from any fire hydrant. SECTION 2. Any person fonnd guilty of a viola tion of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than Five ($5.00) Dollars nor more than Twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars or by im prisonment in the City jail for a period not to exceed Thirty (30) Days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION 3. WHEREAS, it is necessary to the im mediate preservation of the peace, health and safety of the City of Phoe- Local string beans are getting more plentiful now and will soon be selling at a reasonable price. The season will last about six weeks yet. Local peas are about exhausted. A small amount of local cabbage is beginning to make its appearance, but as the crop is small the season will not last long. A quantity ot extra fancy Marsh seedless grapefruit was received yester day by one local dealer. The shipment is meeting a ready sale and is reported to be the last of the home grown va riety. Old potatoes are experiencing a big demand and are selling fast. A car of Netted Gem potatoes was received yes terday and two more cars arc scheduled to arrive today. Apples are now practically oft the market. Local crystal wax onions ure being marketed every morning in small quantities. ucaiers n raymj Vrom Ranch eggs Butter ....... Fryers, lb. Hens, lb Ducks Feterita Turkey hens, lb ........ Tom turkeys, lb ..... Kaffir corn Wheat Barley Alfalfa n- Bran 15 Milo maize 2.89 Head maize, ton 2S. Retail Sailing Prices Almonds, lb 9 Eggs Turkeys . Hens .... Duck3. lb. Fryers lb. . Butter Sugar. 2 lbs. SAN FRANCISCO. May . One hun dred and fifteen commissioned officers of the American expeditionary force in Siberia, the largest contingent to re turn from that country, arrived hero today on an army transport. The pas senger list included a number of Amer ican soldiers who saw service in Siberia. Among the returning officers were Lieutenant Ray Bennett of Los Angeles, former captain of the Dartmouth col lege football team, and Lieutenant Frank L. Hughes, a football star of the University of Wisconsin. EL PASO CARPENTERS STRIKE EL PASO, May . Seventy-five union carpenters employed on con struction work at Fort Bliss decided. 1 strike tonight, tying tip 'construction work on the seventh cavalry canter--ment, estimated to cost $500,000. Tii carpenters demanded $7 for eight hold while the construction quartermaster officers insisted that the $6 scale ."in effect at other army posts be con tinued. It was announced tonigl t non-union carpenters would be em ployed in place of the strikers. CURTIS TOBEY ARCHITECT Chamber ot Commerce Building Phoenix, Arizona Prone 85S2 M .35 2 .11 I.2S .21 .25 2.26 .8S 2.40 18.00 .45 .33 .40 .30 .60 .65 .10 To .45 .( 24.0 .41 .50 .IS Thomas F. Nichols CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER Room 419 Fleming Bldg. We Buy or Sell LIBERTY BONDS In any amount R. Allyn Lewis Hotel Adams Building Phone 1416 Flour, 24-lb. sack 1-50 Apples, lb 20 Bell peppers, lb 40 Green chill, lb 0 Cabbage Lemons, dozen 25 Oranges, dozen .40 Bunch vegetables, I for .05 Lettuce, per head 10 Drv onions OS White onions 15 Bananas, 2 lbs .25 Peanuts, lb - 25 Artichokes, each ....... .20 Celerv, bunch -5 Potatoes. 100 lbs 2.90 Summer 'squash, lb 20 Walnuts, lb Olives, qt. Prunes, lb .22 1.72 .35 .07 3.00 We are Prepared at Any Time to Buy or Sell Large or Small Lots of United States Government LIBERTY BONDS LAWH0N & PIPER Commercial Hotel Bldg. 29 South Central Ave. Phone 1556 .40 .25 .23 .21 We Advise the Purchase and Are Making a Specialty LIBERTY BONDS And Will BUT or SELL LARGE or SMALL LOTS R. ALLYN LEWIS Prion 1416 119 North Central Avenus E, F. HUTTON & CO. Members Nsw York. Stock Exchange Private leaied wire to all exchanges. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BY ALLMAN Livery Stables Follow the Red Earn For Gaited Saddle Horses anl Good drivers and Kips. E. A. Starr Livery, Phone 1013 743 West Van -n tf Public Stenographer JinS HOUGHTON. Phone 1789. 40S Fleming. tf Turkish Baths SULPHTJF. VAPOR BATHS. 21.50; shower 35c Lsdies" dept., 137 N. Cen tral. Phone 4215. tf ELKerF.lC Cabinet Sweat., vapor and shower baths. Nurse in attend ance for ladies. De Marvil Instuuts. 1 r 4 y. Firt Ave. tf Transfer and Storage CHAMBKKS THANSFER AND KTORAGE CO Any kind of haullr.r, Fireproof storaes. Phone 12S2 or J5!t. mi MAN BE Wu move : Y tjt -4. 5 ' " COME oJ i n W SIIm VJHAT'SYheI 6CTAP! f 6m ?! matter, f ' err ap! t u j, i vim ? j J! m t. -A --"! MWBC t)6S . rf7'tjr ! JOST A SADDLE Aovwce of Three srrtps cut!